Having limited tort auto insurance certainly can limit your options for litigation following a car accident. The good news is that there are exceptions to the rule which remove the typical litigation limitations for the insured party and his/her family. These exceptions include:
According to the law, limited tort insurance provides that you cannot collect non-monetary expenses such as pain and suffering except if you sustain a “serious injury.” Your insurance policy may define what a serious injury is, but the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has laid out some guidelines to help determine what constitutes a “serious injury.” For example:
If you’ve been injured in a motor vehicle accident and are wondering whether your injury constitutes a serious injury, contact us. At OnlyWhenYouWin, we can help determine whether your case qualifies for any legal exceptions so that we can get you the most financial recovery possible. And remember, even if your injury does not meet the ‘serious injury’ threshold, you may still be able to recover meaningful economic damages such as medical expenses, lost wages, property damage, and other out of pocket expenses.
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